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Business Breakfast - Back to the Future
May 2014

What will tourists look like in 3 years' time, and what will the Kapiti Coast need to provide if we still want people to visit? In the year to March 2013, visitors to Kapiti and Horowhenua spent $230m will they spend more in 2016?

Dr Yeoman is a specialist travel and tourism futurologist who believes in Star Trek, is an eternal optimist, crazy about Sunderland AFC and enjoys cooking (watch out for his participation in Wellington on a Plate). Ian is a Trainee Professor of Tourism Futures at Victoria University of Wellington and holds a number of honorary posts including Visiting Professorships at the European Tourism Futures Institute and the University of Ulster. Author and editor of fourteen books including 2050: Tomorrow's Tourism; The Future of European Tourism, The Future of Events and Festivals and Family Tourism. Ian is also a qualified teacher with a PhD in Operational Research and presently writing a thesis for a higher doctorate on 'Seeing the Future of Tourism'.

Join us to hear from the one of the worlds most respected futurologists in the area of Tourism and consumer behaviour, Dr Ian Yeoman.

Book your place now to ensure you don't miss out. (Bookings are essential)

Date: Wednesday 4 June 2014
Venue: Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club, 376 Kapiti Road, Paraparaumu Beach
Time: 7.15 am
Cost: $20

RSVP: to paraparaumu@thekapiticompany.com by 2pm, Friday 30 May 2014. Payment in advance is expected unless you have a prior payment arrangement. The Kapiti Company Ltd ANZ account 01-0731-0223849-00.

Seats will be limited and your acceptance/reply is a firm booking; if you do not attend you will be invoiced. Receipts will only be issued to payments made online, if you require a receipt please let me know at time of booking.

 
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